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Production Tester

Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date Posted: 11-01-2017
Work Location: ABB VA Richmond

Job Title: Engineering - Production Tester

Job Description: The position will start in production (as an assembly technician). Once trained, they could be cross-trained as a test technician and flex or rotate between test and assembly, as needed, This can be explained further during the interview.



hours - 1st Shift 6:00AM -2:30PM



Pay - $18/hr



per the manager the following are the most important qualifications -



1)Minimum Associate Degree in Electronics (or equivalent field, e.g. engineering)

2)Previous manufacturing assembly experience (6 months minimum)

3)Previous experience as a test technician preferred

4)Must successfully demonstrate ability to understand and interpret electrical schematics, drawings and other work documents to effectively assemble and troubleshoot products

5)Highly dependable and reliable

6)Able to work overtime as needed, including weekends


JOB PURPOSE AND REPORTING STRUCTURE: Under the direction of the Production Manager, the Production Test Technician II performs functional testing and inspection of company products ensuring compliance with customer specifications and delivery requirements and all company quality standards.



ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.



Perform type and routine testing and inspection of traction converters per test procedures, using standard and specialized test equipment, within the routed testing time, ensuring compliance to the quality and delivery metrics.



Troubleshoot traction converters and control products in a customized application to locate fault, and complete repairs as required.



Work with high power test systems and to execute the Matlab/Labview based applications to perform traction converter testing



Ability to understand the electrical schematics and other project documents for effective troubleshooting



Understand the functioning of the traction converter (as a machine in whole) and the functioning of individual subsystems (Power Electronics based switching modules and their interaction with controller)



Experience of conducting the Dielectric tests and communication tests for different protocols (Ethernet, CAN, MVB ) is vital



Inform quality and assembly line for any discrepancies and issues observed during product testing



Document the test procedure process and test protocol and upload them to the quality and production databases.



Perform routine repairs and maintenance of test systems and equipment.



Select and/or construct required test jigs or specialized test equipment.



Maintain the test infrastructure including test equipment by performing periodic inspections/ maintenances



Assist in the training of other employees.



Prioritize workload to ensure product deliveries met per master production schedule.



Perform production assembly and material handling activities as needed.



Ensure completion and maintenance of all required paperwork, records, documentation, and reports.



Participate in continuous product and process cross training programs.



Continuously review manufacturing and test processes and recommend improvements to increase productivity and quality while reducing costs.



Assist engineering in developing test area layouts and processes for new products.



Interface with customer during factory acceptance testing.



Follow and comply with all safety rules and regulations and company policies.



Maintain departmental housekeeping standards within their assigned work area.



Working knowledge of the organization’s order delivery and manufacturing processes.



Working knowledge of testing requirements for all products manufactured within their assigned work area

 
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